ReMade@ARI is providing scientists exploring the properties and structures of recyclable materials with a wide range of tailored services including easy, supported and coordinated access to more than 50 European analytical research infrastructures, user support and much more.
OUR CURRENT OPEN CALLS:
Submit your proposal for access to these infrastructures:
- ReMade – Pre-Proposal — to get support from our Smart Science Cluster to turn any preliminary research idea(s) into a full proposal.
Submission here by 27 March 2024
- 3rd ReMade – TNA:
Access for academic researchers and industry
Submission here by 10 April 2024
- 2nd ReMade – SME:
Access for small and medium enterprises
Submission here by 16 December 2024
As we initiate our third call for Standard (TNA) proposals, take a moment to review the analysis of the proposals received during our previous call:
We have the best existing analytical facilities, instrumentation, methods and the know-how to use them for advanced materials characterization! Together we will realize your idea, and make a substantial impact on the circular economy.
Browse this website to learn how your research can benefit from ReMade@ARI and what our project has to offer.
ReMade@ARI (REcyclable MAterials DEvelopment at Analytical Research Infrastructures) is funded by the EU Commission’s Horizon Europe programme and co-funded by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) and by the Swiss State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation.
The project provides scientists who are working on the design of new recyclable materials with analytical tools that enable them to explore the properties and the structure of their material in smallest details up to atomic resolution. ReMade@ARI commits to leverage the development of innovative, sustainable materials for key components in the most diverse sectors, such as electronics, batteries, vehicles, construction, packaging, plastics, textiles and food on an unprecedented level. It will be the central hub in Europe for all sectors and research areas in which new materials for a circular economy will be developed.